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Has Israel Extinguished Its Own ‘Right To Exist’? Is Palestine the One State Solution?

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I have always been an ardent supporter of Israel’s right to exist but  it may have gone too far this time to be allowed to continue as part of the community of nations.  Palestine, Islam and Arabs have never been as great a threat to Israel as its own disgusting conduct.  Truly it has been sowing the seeds of its own destruction for many years.

Perhaps the two state solution is now irredeemably lost.  Perhaps the world must now support a one state solution, the  state of Palestine, a place where Arab, Jew, Muslim, Christian and secular people can live together in peace.  God knows, Israel has the done the most awful job with the opportunity we entrusted it.

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Written by Peter Reynolds

August 3, 2014 at 11:48 am

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  1. I’ve been thinking the same myself. Of course, pro-Israeli voices go spare because the existence of Israel is suppose to be sacrocanct, but now it is a weeping, festering sore in the MIddle East. The most logical and heartfelt solution would be, as you suggest, one nation in Palestine where all people could live in peace together. A tall order but it just seems logical given the present situation.

    The Crazy Crone

    August 3, 2014 at 11:58 am

  2. Reblogged this on AntiTerrorAtheist and commented:
    # NEVER FORGET THE PALESTINIAN HOLOCAUST

    # DEFUND ISRAEL

    # DISARM ISRAEL

    # CRIMINALIZE POLITICAL SUPPORT FOR ISRAEL

    # BOYCOTT ISRAEL

    AntiTerrorJewAtheist

    August 4, 2014 at 2:58 am


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